Rate: $225 (50 Minute Session)
Areas: New York
Psychological Testing: Inquire for rates.
Sliding Scale Rate: Current Slots Available
Out of Network Benefits: We will contact your insurance and file claims on your behalf if your plan allows.
Anthea Malone, M.A, PsyD
As a psychologist and art therapist, I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults. I offer insight-oriented talk therapy, play therapy, art therapy, and psychodiagnostic testing. I also integrate cognitive, behavioral, creative-expressive, and dialectical interventions, when appropriate. I work primarily with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, periods of transition/adjustment, and relationship difficulties, as well as with children with a range of difficulties including mood and behavioral problems, and academic challenges.
A collaborative and trusting partnership provides the best foundation for change and growth. I strive to provide a warm and containing therapeutic space, where clients of all ages can feel supported, seen, and heard. I consider it a privilege to work with clients to explore their inner worlds towards greater self-knowledge, mastery, and fulfilment in relationships with themselves and the world around them.
- Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University, Psy.D. in School-Clinical Child Psychology
- New York University, M.A. in Art Therapy
- New York University, B.A. in Psychology
New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (NYPSI)
The Mount Sinai Hospital - Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Unit
The Max and Celia Parnes Family Psychological and Psychoeducational Services Clinic
New York Center for Children
Convent of the Sacred Heart
University Settlement - Campos Community Cetner
NYU Art Therapy in Schools Program - Yung Wing Elementary School
- Prout, T. A., Malone, A., Rice, T., & Hoffman, L. (2019). Resilience, defense mechanisms, and implicit emotion regulation in psychodynamic child psychotherapy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy: On the Cutting Edge of Modern Developments in Psychotherapy, 49(4), 235–244. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10879-019-09423-w